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tremodt BS: WHAT DID THE BRITISH PARACHUTE REGIMENT (51* d) RE: BS: WHAT DID THE BRITISH PARACHUTE REGIMENT 20 Feb 02


Ro1sin is not a female The reason That I choose to call to Londonderry, or Derry "Doire is because I ME choose to I started the thread to point out the fact that the parasfired on innocent people in Afganastan about the 30 annerversary of them firing on the people in Derry of which the british have whitewashed all that happed there and has waited 30 years to complete an investigation.. I am a Brit Hater, no indeed !I love Britain and the people, Do I hate the british soldiers that were in N. Ireland, no, I dont because i am too far removed from the situation to know what goes on there Guest whoever what does this mean "As for the Irish element? you would hijack a Walt Disney thread to further your aims" duh..

I do thank all who have responded to my thread and voicved their opinions with out hiding under the name GUEST all I am saying is " will there be a investigation or will it be deemed more important than the Irish men than were killed or 0f the same importance therefor nullifying any investigation at least for 30 years or so and by the way Dead Horse would you have us believe being stationed in Northern Ireland was "wartime " Conditions akin to being a in a actual war zone and not fighting the people of norn iron, duh....




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